While the Flint water crisis is taking a toll on Gov. Snyder’s popularity, at least half of those polled think he should stay in office.
A prosecutor charged with prostitution-related crimes in three Michigan counties was given approval to travel to a Tennessee treatment cente…
Thousands of Consumers Energy customers lost power Thursday as a storm made its way across West Michigan.
The Legislature has approved $28 million in spending from the Michigan Natural Resources Trust Fund on dozens of land purchases.
The state can yank someone’s driver’s license even if a judge decides to scratch an alcohol-related conviction.
Michigan officials are asking people who fish in the Pere Marquette River to help prevent spread of the New Zealand mudsnail.
The federal government is providing up to $15 million to temporarily hire 400 Flint residents to aid with recovery from the city’s water cri…
Figures show unemployment in Michigan continues to fall.
Bates Footwear, a division of Wolverine Worldwide, has been awarded a new contract to make boots for the U.S. Marine Corps.
A judge in Mecosta County dismissed the felony portion of the case that pits free speech against the ability to have a fair and impartial ju…
An investigation has found that the state of Michigan is “fundamentally accountable” for Flint’s lead-contaminated water crisis.
The list of proposed recommendations includes letting students choose which restroom to use and by which pronouns they will be referred.
Money cuts have forced a Grand Rapids-area adult foster care home to close — and others could follow.
The Michigan Senate approved a $720 million restructuring plan on Tuesday that would divide Detroit’s ailing school district in two.
A Michigan House panel voted to eliminate and replace the new M-STEP test.